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Published:Friday | February 26, 2010 | 12:00 AM
Lesley Cumberbatch was looking too cute at the premiere of the movie 'Hush 2', held at Palace Cineplex, on Tuesday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Olympic champion Usain Bolt (right) checks out his new BlackBerry Bold 9700 with company head Mark Linehan!
From left: Assistant Rotary Club Governor Dennis Chong chats with club President David Shields and Beverly Needham, chief executive officer, Bustamante Hospital for Children, during the reception hosted by the downtown Kingston club at the hospital for 42 visiting doctors who are on a cardiac mission to perform heart surgeries on 22 children.
From left: Dr Michelle-Ann Dawson, senior medical officer - Bustamante Hospital for Children, speaks with Clarence Clarke - Rotary assistant governor, and president of Rotary Downtown, David Shields.- photos by Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Chairman of the board of the South East Regional Health Authority, Lyttleton 'Tanny' Shirley, greets Dr Kamal Pourmoghadam, paediatric heart surgeon.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr Tony Jackson celebrated his 67th birthday with his lovely wife, Marilyn, friends and family at the Market Place along Constant Spring Road in St Andrew on Tuesday. - Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Chaudia Campbell, teacher of English at Holmwood Technical High School, performs her version of the 'Bogle' dance during Champs 100 tour at the school on Wednesday. - Ian Allen/Photographer

The Gleaner's Champs 100 tour is on the road and Holmwood was in the spotlight on Wednesday. The tour rolls into St Jago High School today. See more highlights in Social Section. And, doctors are here again to perform much-needed surgeries on children at the Bustamante Hospital for Children.